Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Story of An Old Rogue

When I arranged the pictures I had taken last morning, I did not know what else to write. I decided to leave them behind before symptom of Alzheimer came back again.

That issue returned when I was trekking at Cerok Tokun this morning. The thought did not flow as smooth as my pace, it slipped here and there between my huff and puff. But not then when those girls were obstructed by me on the narrow jungle trail. They needed to kept their patience or I might be squeezed down the slope.

The story of an old rogue who did not even give them a run for their money struck my mind. We and Nature are alike, and queues are not avoidable. But this never helped to ease my mind. I started to ask myself who were be the old rogue: the one on the far left or the right end. And were they descending or the other way round?

Stopping someone from climbing up is sort of not right; Is preventing them from getting down not a good practice either?

By the way, those girls had already overtaken me silently while I was struggling in the sea of thought.

18 comments:

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

There is always something soothing or magical looking at rocks covered with moss.

Design Elements said...

beautiful!

Icy BC said...

They are beautiful to look at, and you're quite an observer..

Amin said...

Hello! Yes ,they are beautiful...

Amin said...

I was busy ...I have written in old posts which I missed...

One said...

They were descending or was it the other way around? Descending...er...the other way around...er...wait...I think they are growing upwards vertically.

Mei Teng said...

Strange looking plants in the last photo.

blee said...

nice one.

Regina said...

Rainfields..I just found a series of mushrooms up in my Palm tree! I only had a kitchen ladder available- so I hauled that out for a better examination! They look very similar to these and yes..the queues are unavoidable..I hope you didn't have "we will rock you" playing! (grin)

George said...

You always encounter such interesting thoughts and situations on your hikes. Your mind must work as hard as your body.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Who are those girls to push a dreamer aside?

Amin said...

The all photos are beautiful!
But I liked the last one very much!
I was not busy with those houses.Now I have not so many money...Thanks!

Ann said...

What are the last photos? They are very cute.

When you travel somewhere from Singapore to Penang, I forgot where, it is veryfoggy and there are windsocks.

betchai said...

your shots are always amazing.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Amazing shots! Looks like you have gone to a fairy land somewhere..

CH said...

Are you an old rogue?

Malar said...

You have such a great photography and imagination always!

RNSANE said...

Do you ever encounter other people on your walks or just creaturs and plants? I wonder if you are chatting to all you pass - mushrooms, rocks, flowers - give them my regards.